The Plague, The Fall, Exile and The Kingdom and Selected Essays(2004)
A collection of stories by Albert Camus
The Plague - written in 1947 and still relevant - is a tale of horror, survival, and resilience in the face of a devastating epidemic. The Fall (1956), which takes the form of an astonishing confession by a French lawyer in a seedy Amsterdam bar, is a haunting parable of modern conscience in the face of evil. The six stories of Exile and the Kingdom (1957) represent Camus at the height of his narrative powers, masterfully depicting his characters.
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August 2004 : USA Hardback
August 2004 : UK Hardback